Samson is one of the most puzzling “heroes” in the Bible. He was full of flaws, yet also chosen and called by God. As we explore Samson’s story, we’ll wrestle with this big question: Can you have faith and not be faithful?
Have you ever heard that God has “chosen” certain people? Have you ever wondered who God “chooses” and how those decisions are made? This Sunday we’ll explore those questions and more, as we begin a study of the book of First Thessalonians and launch a new sermon series called “The New Testament Mindset.” This is […]
This Sunday we'll get a special treat. Pastor Vivian will be preaching! She will wrap up our Thanksgiving sermon series by walking us through a Gospel passage that conveys powerful lessons about both faith and gratitude.
This Sunday Pastor Jeff will share an amazing story about two lizards – yes, lizards! – who will show us what a life of deep faith looks like. Are you facing any big challenges in life right now? Do you have loved ones who are facing big challenges? If so, this sermon’s for you.
The title of Sunday’s sermon may surprise you. Jesus fail? How could Jesus ever fail? But according to the Bible, there was one time he did. You’ve probably never even heard the story, yet it’s critically important. So this Sunday we’ll explore the one time Jesus failed – and what we’re supposed to learn from […]
The mundane cycles of life can sometimes cause us to forget who we really are in the spiritual realm. This Sunday, we'll explore the realities of our spiritual heritage in Christ and refine our vision of what our divine inheritance looks like. When we gain insight into our spiritual identity and inheritance, it changes how […]
Where in your life are you experiencing scarcity? How would you finish this sentence, “I don’t have enough _______.” Not enough time? Not enough money? Not enough love? Not enough patience? This Sunday we’ll examine an epic Bible story that shows us how to transform scarcity into sufficiency.
Life is full of unexpected plot twists that throw us for a loop. How we respond in those times can make all the difference. This week we’ll explore a Bible passage that offers deep insight into what to do – and not to do – when life serves up a bitter disappointment.
This week we’ll wrap up our sermon series on Brené Brown’s book “The Gifts of Imperfection” by exploring Guidepost 9 for wholehearted living: cultivating meaningful work. . . . by letting go of self-doubt and “supposed to.” How confident are you that you’re doing what you were meant to in life? Join us on Sunday […]
To believe in God, how much do you need to know? To discern God’s will for your life, how much do you need to know? On Sunday, we’ll wrestle with these important questions, as we continue our sermon series based on Brené Brown’s bestselling book The Gifts of Imperfection. This week is Guidepost No. 5 – Cultivating Intuition […]
How would you describe your core perspective on life if you had to reduce it to a single sentence? Suppose we were to ask the same question about Jesus – what was his core perspective? – then compare it to our own. That’s what we’re going to do on Sunday, as we continue our sermon […]
This Sunday we’ll look at another famous Old Testament story – Joshua and Caleb spying out the Land of Promise – and learn something absolutely critical for living powerful, positive lives.